Happy to announce the 50th LOWRES, we’ve had the pleasure of working with a lot of photographers and skateboarders along way. So many good photos this feature, hard to choose. Thank you all for the support…
Andy Vasquez, Frontside Rock. Outlaw Camp…
-“As many of you know, Andy Vasquez is an unbelievably talented artist who creates custom furniture from scratch and the famous curved parking blocks. He took some time off to drive from Philadelphia to Boston and catch a few grinds at Outlaw Camp…”
Tom Remillard, 50-50. Las Vegas, Nevada…
-“Tom blasts one up to a 5050 in Las Vegas, Nevada on a trip for Converse CONS…”
Mikey Whitehouse,50-50. Irving, Texas.
-“I had just got off work and rushed to this spot, Mikey was already skating the spot when I arrived. I jumped up in this tree and right after he landed the trick lighting struck something right by us and we all lost our shit haha. I nearly feel out of the tree. luckily we all came out safe on this one…”
Taylor Bray, Frontside Wallride. Plano, Texas.
-“This has been a notorious BMX spot over the years glad to be able to see a skater finally boost up it…”
Will Mazzari,Frontside 180. Nashua, New Hampshire.
-“This is a spot in NH and the first bump to bar for many local skaters in the area, even for Will this would be his first. How ever he decided he could skate it the opposite way. With really no “run Up” he ran half way up the bump and popped just moments after getting both feet on the board. Claiming one of the only tricks over the top bar…”
Nick Rudzinski, Kickflip. Boston, Massachusetts.
-“We were almost surprised the night the priest came out of this Church and told us this was not meant for skateboarding. His first mistake was telling us when the renovations would be done, and the days he is not in the building. We figured we would come back for the photo especially since it was not gonna be there too much longer, and it was a unique spot we don’t see too often in Boston…”
Zack Parker, Nosegrind. Manchester, New Hampshire. Film photo.
-“A spot we hit all the time; one time Zack was asked by on goers if he was a YouTube producer ? Yes?… And then a gang of kids driving big wheels came through playing Pokemon go… This spot has everything … haha!”
Curt Daley, Crook. Providence, Rhode Island. Film photo.
-” Dope little city where the RISD Art school girls are as socially awkward as they come..!”
Kayl Johnson, Ollie. Daly City, California.
-“The King of Tinder is back in SF! Before sitting back on his throne he busts this ollie. Get in Closer…”
Matt Bergler, Frontside Feeble. San Francisco, California.
-“Salt Lake City transplant Matt Bergler is now making pizzas in SF and destroying spots, fs feeble…”
Leif Hauge, Frontside Boardslide Pop Out. San Francisco, California.Film Photo.
-“These guys came up to us while Leif was trying this, thinking they were taking a photo cause they were hyped… Well this was their house and their new fence, they were not stoked. Freaking out, we got the boot. Leif unsatisfied, gave it one more try anyways and pulled it. It was perfect… Anthony Lopez video coming soon…”
Moses Salazar, 50-50. Daly City, California.
-“Sir Sendington. Moses Salazar does what he does best…”
Julian Lewis, Front Nose. Douglasville, Georgia.
-“A stylish front nose on a rail or hubba is one of the most beautiful tricks. When some of the North Carolina guys came though looking for handrails, I took them right outside Atlanta to this one. Out of all the destruction that went down on that rail that night, this was my favorite…”
Ryan Cooper, Smith. Knoxville, Tennessee.
-“I drove out to the outskirts of Knoxville with Ryan to check this super long country church rail out a while back. Its long and slick and I’ve seen a lot of guys get worked on it. Ryan is a rail chomper though. He caught a little inner leg rack, but nothing serious, Took it to fakie in a couple of tries…”
Elijah Akereley, Tailslide. San Francisco, California.
-“When I first moved to the city I had a job interview at the Yerba Buena Center. While I was killing time, I walked around and found so many spots in that little center. This being the most interesting, Elijah was always down, so he made it all easy…”
Tate Kokubo, Boneless. Newton, Massachusetts.
-“This was our second trip to this spot because we realized on our first visit that Tate needed bigger wheels to help get speed on the soft and sandy roof. We hopped the fence, scaled the building, and got this shot within ten minutes. All in plain sight…”